iWatch these Apples – how about you?

The new iWatch is coming. Reports in the New York Times claim the first-generation smart-watch will be charged wirelessly, using existing technologies currently used with select smartphones and cases. Future models of the wrist-worn technology may even be powered by solar or kinetic energy to make sure they never lose charge.

Apple has hired medical and sleep experts to work on its iWatch project. It is believed the watch will be able to monitor both exercise and sleep, letting wearers track and analyze their every movement.

The tech giant is reportedly in the process of developing a new iOS 8 application called HealthBook, according to 9to5Mac, which will capture users’ health-related data like calories burned, heart rate, and blood pressure–similar to popular products already on the market like FitBit
 
It’s about time.

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